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In Tribute to Lt. Kevin Pfeifer
42 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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God bless Lt. Kevin Pfeifer. He gave his life to save others. He will be remembered as one of America's true heroes and one of my personal heroes. Kevin Pfeifer showed me that real heroes do exist. R.I.P.

*** Posted by Ryan on 2009-07-24 ***


It was a honor and a privilege to have been able to work with you. I will not let your memory die.

*** Posted by Paramedic Michael Roberts on 2008-09-15 ***

RIP, Kevin. You are a hero.

*** Posted by Tom on 2008-09-12 ***

Too many people died that day. Lt. Kevin Pfeifer died with his men, trying to help people in the north tower of the World Trade Center. R.I.P., Lt. Kevin Pfeifer.

*** Posted by courtney on 2008-02-19 ***

I have watched the documentary 9/11 several times over these 5 years and am continually impacted by the selfless compession in Kevins eyes. As he exchanged final glances with his brother Joseph he showed none of the natural fear one might expect in the face of such callamity. He guided many citizens to safety with no thought for his own and in doing so lost his own life. His courage has gained him the gratitude of freedom lovers worldwide, I for one will never forget his ultimate sacrifice. He died as he lived, fighting beside his brothers to protect the lives of citizens who turn to them in their hour of crisis. Thankyou Kevin, your contribution to humanity will always be admired, emulated by your brothers and honored by the world. You are in our preyers.

*** Posted by Gabrielle on 2006-10-04 ***

I honor and respect you for what you did and how many lives you saved on the day on 9/11 you will always be missed and cherished. The fact that you went into those burning buildings without a trace of a doubt in your mind amazes me. you went in to save lives and that you did! we will always miss you as a fire fighter who dedicated his life to fight that disaster that ripped into our country and ran into those buildings. I honor and respect you for that and you will always be my hero.!

*** Posted by Kiara on 2006-09-14 ***

Kevin and his band of brothers in the EDNY,NYPD,and others who died trying to save the lives of others will always be heros and will never be forgotten. May they rest in peace and may God grant peace to their survining family and friends who mourn their loss.

*** Posted by Karen Percy on 2005-09-13 ***

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